A clean desk is a sign of a cluttered drawer.
Feb. 4, 2002, was a cold and snowy Monday in Henrietta. And for RIT University News, it was moving day.
Over the previous few weeks, we had been preparingphysically and mentallyto move from Eastman Hall to Building 86 (the name Brown Hall did not yet exist).
The Building 86 east hallway on move-in day, Feb. 4, 2002 (looking north from University News to University Publications).
Mentally preparing? Yes…. At the time, I and others from University News, along with our longtime neighbors, University Publications, could be excused for feeling somewhat ostracized. We were about to be banished from the building the highest one at the center of campus and of powerto a nondescript, one-story, 30-year structure on the southwestern fringe (back then, there was no Global Village nor University Services Center; Crossroads was under construction … and we were not overjoyed).
Truthfully, some of us questioned the wisdom behind the move (after all, shouldnt the news and...read more